What is Subconscious Mind? How Does it Impact our Behaviour?
17 Pages Posted: 18 Mar 2021 Last revised: 2 May 2023
Date Written: March 17, 2021
In this thought-provoking paper, the author challenges the notion that we are in control of our actions and behavior. Through compelling evidence, the author illustrates that we have very little control over our actions, as they are mostly driven by our subconscious mind.
The author introduces a new concept of "Mental Reflex Actions™", which are actions beyond our conscious control triggered by our subconscious mind. The paper also delves into the controllable and the uncontrollable human behavior. It explains the meaning of subconscious mind, and the unfathomable nature of what gets stored in the subconscious mind. It introduces a new concept of “Subconscious Rule Book” and explains how its contents dictate the course of our life. Our conscious mind is often not even aware of this rule book. Most of us live our entire life without knowing what is there in our subconscious rule book. The paper discusses how knowing our rule book contents can change our life and how to dig into the depth of your subconscious mind to unravel the contents.
By exploring the depths of our subconscious mind, we can gain a deeper understanding of ourselves and those around us. The author explains how this understanding can improve our interpersonal relationships, both in our personal and professional lives, and enhance our people management skills.
Ultimately, the paper argues that the key to understanding others is to know oneself, and that uncovering the secrets of the subconscious mind is the key to breaking free from our self-imposed barriers. These barriers have roots in the rules that we ourselves wrote in our rule book, now hidden in the depths of our subconscious mind.
A must-read for those seeking to understand the intricacies of the human mind and improve their interpersonal relationships.
Keywords: psychology, subconscious mind, self improvement, Behavioral Science, Human behavior, Relationship, KNowing Self
JEL Classification: Z10, Z19
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